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Numer 12 - 2014 - Polskie Towarzystwo Badań Kanadyjskich
POLISH ASSOCIATION
FOR CANADIAN STUDIES
NEWSLETTER / BULLETIN DE L’APEC
7. 2014
TransCanadiana
GENERAL NEWS
GENERAL NEWS
The formula for the newsletter
To improve the process of
distributing information, PACS
decided to slightly change the
newsletter formula. Since the 2012
edition the newsletter covers
information from the last calendar
year (2014 in the case of the present
newsletter) or the information
relating to the year 2013, which was
not published in the previous
newsletter.
PACS Executive
President – Dr. Marcin Gabryś
Deputy President – Prof. Anna
Branach-Kallas
Treasurer – Dr. Ewelina Bujnowska
Secretary – Dr. Tomasz Soroka
POLISH ASSOCIATION OF
CANADIAN
STUDIES
HONORED BY GOVERNOR
GENERAL – Krakow, 25 Oct.
2014
His Excellency Governor General of
Canada David Johnston met at the
Jagiellonian University's Collegium
Novum with the representatives of
the Polish Association of Canadian
Studies and the authorities of the
Jagiellonian
University.
Recognizing the PACS’ contribution
for the facilitation and promotion of
Canadian studies and knowledge of
Canada,
His
Excellency
honored PACS with the Medal
of the Governor General. PACS
is the first Canadian studies
POLISH ASSOCIATION FOR CANADIAN STUDIEM NEWSLETTER 2014
association
awarded
by
Governor's General decoration.
a
7th Congress of Polish Canadianists – Canada at war / Le
Canada et les guerres/ will take
place between May 19 and May 21,
2016, at Nicolaus Copernicus
University in Toruń, Poland. It will
focus on how the tension between
Canada as a peacekeeping nation
and Canada as a warrior nation is
reflected in historiography, politics,
literature, film, visual arts, and
other cultural discourses. Papers to
be presented there include, but are
not limited to, the following:
 war
traumas
and
their
consequences on the level of
identity and community
 early historical conflicts at the
colony and conquest stage
 Canadian
participation
in
external
conflicts
and
geopolitical rivalries
 Canadian
military
history;
Canadian
peacekeeping
missions
 the reintegration of veterans
 linguistic, ethnic, racial, and
religious conflicts in Canada vs.
the policy of multiculturalism
 marginalized perspectives on
conflict:
women’s,
ethnic
minorities, various “outsiders’”
 multicultural discourses: wars
and conflicts in geographies
situated
beyond
Canadian
territory
 parody and fictionalization of
historical events
 alternative historical visions
 the politics and poetics of
commemoration.
During the Congress new PACS
Executive will be elected.
PACS GRANTS
Until May 2012 PACS offered
programs allowing support for
research trips within Poland and
abroad,
and
for
conference
participation. The programs (incl.
conference, international travel,
library research, and lecture tours
grants), however, were suspended
due to Canadian government’s
decision to cease financial support
of Under-standing Canada Program
(incl. financial contribution to
PACS budget). They might be partly
rene-wed in 2016 given the promise
of a new funding from the
International Council for Canadian
Studies.
EU-CANADA STUDY TOUR
AND INTERNSHIP
PROGRAMME THINKING
CANADA
“Thinking Canada” was an initiative
of the European Network for
Canadian
Studies,
funded
generously by the European
Commission – a three-and-a-half
week study tour to Canada for
European students, followed for
selected participants by two-month
internships. It was preceded by a
couple of days of briefings in
Brussels on the EU and EU-Canada
relations. The aim of the study tour
was to offer its participants a
unique in-depth experience of
Canada through an intensive
programme of visits to major
private and public institutions,
government bodies, think-tanks
and NGOs. At each place, the
students received briefings and had
the opportunity to exchange views
with representatives of these
bodies, many of them leading
experts in their fields. 2013 was the
last year when the program
operated. It expired due to
Canada’s government’s withdrawal
from funding the initiative.
POLISH ASSOCIATION FOR CANADIAN STUDIEM NEWSLETTER 7/2014
2013 EU-Canada Study Tour
“Thinking Canada”, ENCS and
European
Commission
program:
Awardees: Jagoda Tuz (Maria
Curie-Skłodowska University, Lublin),
Mateusz Krycki (Cardinal Stefan
Wyszyński University, Warsaw).
NANCY BURKE BEST M.A.
THESIS AWARD
Objective: to foster a new
generation of Canadianists by
rewarding high-quality research at
M.A. level. The award is given every
year to the author of the best M.A.
thesis in Canadian Studies in
Poland (written in Polish, English
or French). Details:
http://www.ptbk.org.pl/nagroda_
ptbk,18.html
2014 Nancy Burke Best M.A.
Thesis Award: Kamila Scheithauer (Niemiec) (University of
Silesia, Sosnowiec): Coming Back
to the Roots: Struggle Against the
Colonial Educational Legacy and
the Process of Rediscovering
Aboriginal
Knowledge
in
Contemporary Canada.
2014 Nancy Burke Best M.A.
Thesis Award: Agata Sieroń
(Université de Silésie, Sosnowiec) :
Traduire la littérature québécoise
postmoderne:
problèmes
traductologiques
dans
la
traduction du « Vengeur masqué
contre les hommes-perchaudes de
la Lune » de François Blais.
2014 Honourable mention:
Jagoda
Tuz
(Maria
CurieSkłodowska University, Lublin):
The Hipster in Three Contemporary Canadian Novels.
Sep. 2014 – Prof. Anna
Branach-Kallas, PACS VicePresident becomes a member of the
Editorial
Board
of
the
International
Journal
of
Canadian Studies / Revue
internationale
d'études
canadiennes
NON-PACS GRANTS
ICCS Pierre Savard Award
(intended to designate exceptional
books, which, being based on
a Canadian topic, contribute
to a better understanding of
Canada) for the for the monograph
Uraz
przetrwania.
Trauma
i polemika z mitem pierwszej
wojny światowej w powieści
kanadyjskiej.
Awardee: Anna Branach-Kallas
(Nicolaus Copernicus University,
Toruń)
OPUS grant of the Polish
National Science Center (NCN),
DEC-2013/11/B/HS2/02871, for the
project: The First World War as
Cultural Trauma in English, French,
and Canadian Literatures.
Awardee: Anna Branach-Kallas
(Nicolaus Copernicus University,
Toruń)
Grant of the Polish National
Science Center (NCN), PRO2012/05/B/HS2/04004, for the
project : The Aesthetics and
Politics of the North American
Female Memoir (1990-Present)—
Multicultural Perspectives.
Awardee: Dagmara Drewniak
(Adam
Mickiewicz
University,
Poznań)
2014 bourse de l’Association
Internationale
des
Études
Québecoises – soutien financier à
la
participation
au
colloque
« Re-penser le manifeste “Pour une
littérature-monde en français” »,
Université
Simon
Fraser,
Vancouver, Canada.
Lauréat :
Michał
Obszyński
(Université de Varsovie)
POLISH ASSOCIATION FOR CANADIAN STUDIEM NEWSLETTER 7/2014
2014 Bourses du Ministère des
Relations internationales, de
la
Francophonie
et
du
Commerce
extérieur
du
Québec
offertes
aux
professeurs de français langue
étrangère: Stage en didactique du
français,
culture
et
société
québécoises (du 5 au 25 juillet
2014)
Lauréate:
Anna
Żurawska
(Université Nicolas Copernic de
Toruń)
2014 INKULTUS EU program :
travelling grant
Awardee: Joanna Durczak (Maria
Curie-Skłodowska
University,
Lublin)
2014
Bourse du Conseil
international d'études canadiennes d'Ottawa, Programme
de bourses de rédaction de thèse ;
séjour scientifique à l'Université
d’Ottawa sous la tutelle de Rainier
Grutman du 2 septembre au 31
octobre 2014
Lauréate:
Agata
Trociuk
(Université de Limoges, France,
Université de Montréal, Canada)
2014 Junior Fellowship at the
Krupp
Wissenschaftskolleg
Greifswald, Germany; Project:
“Queer Identity in UkrainianCanadian
and
Ukrainian
Literature"
Awardee: Weronika
(Szczecin University)
Suchacka
2014
Banff
International
Literary Translation Centre 3week residency programme offered
to international translators working
on literature from the Americas.
Awardee:
Krzysztof
(University of Łódź)
Majer
PUBLICATIONS
Branach-Kallas,
Anna.
Uraz przetrwania. Trauma
i polemika z mitem pierwszej
wojny światowej w powieści
kanadyjskiej.
Toruń:
Wydawnictwo
Naukowe
Uniwersytetu Mikołaja Kopernika,
2014. 268 pp. ISBN 978-83-2313192-2.
The aim of this study is to analyse
the literary representations of
trauma in Canadian novels about the
First World War as well as the
(de)construction of the myth of the
Great War in Canadian culture and
fiction. Although situated thousands
of miles across the ocean, at the
beginning of the 20th century,
Canada was a British dominion and,
as such, part of the British Empire.
Therefore, when the war broke out
Canada
entered
the
conflict
automatically and sent over 600 000
volunteers to Europe, 30% of whom
died or suffered severe wounds on
the front. Until recently, the Great
War functioned in Canadian
historiography as a momentous
historic event that allowed the
Canadians to define their national
identity. In spite of the high number
of casualties, the Great War was
placed in the framework of the
colony-to-nation narrative. This
perspective was challenged only in
the 1970s, which saw the publication
of
many
historical
studies
questioning the achievements of the
Canadian Corps. After several
decades of silence, the Great War
became also an important literary
theme at the turn of the millennium.
Anna Branach-Kallas emphasises in
the introduction that her intention is
not a thorough study of Canadian
fictions of the Great War. Novels by
Charles Yale Harrison, Peter Child,
Timothy Findley, Joseph Boyden,
Jack Hodgins, Frances Itani and
POLISH ASSOCIATION FOR CANADIAN STUDIEM NEWSLETTER 7/2014
Jane Urquhart have been carefully
selected to illustrate various aspects
of war trauma among soldiers and
civilians. The author refers both to
individual and collective traumatisation, using classical Freudian
psychoanalysis, Nicolas Abraham
and Maria Torok’s more recent
reinterpretations, trauma theory
(Cathy Caruth, Dominick LaCapra,
Dori Laub, Shoshana Felman, etc.),
and sociological approaches to
collective traumatisation (Piotr
Sztompka, Jeffrey C. Alexander,
etc.). Branach-Kallas shows that, by
reimaging
the
Great
War,
contemporary novelists reinterpret
its symbolic and affective meanings.
Nevertheless, in her view, the role of
fiction in this context is not only to
revision and to commemorate, but
to bear witness to difficult historical
truths. Her book is a profound
enquiry about the ethics and the
representations of war, showing that
the radical change in the conceptual
frameworks following the Holocaust
and other genocides in the course of
the 20th century makes it, perhaps,
possible only today to verbalise and
narrate the trauma of the First
World War.
Branach-Kallas,
Anna
ed.
Niuanse
wyobcowania.
Diaspora i tematyka polska w
Kanadzie. Toruń: Wydawnictwo
Naukowe Uniwersytetu Mikołaja
Kopernika, 2014. 187 pp. ISBN 97883-231-3101-4.
This collection of essays explores the
historical, literary and psychological
landscapes delineated by the concept
of Polishness in Canada. An in-depth
introduction to the historical
development of the Polish-Canadian
community opens the volume. Apart
from works created by Polish
immigrants in Canada and their
descendants, the authors of the
collected articles also interpret the
theme of dislocation as imagined by
poets
and
writers
indirectly
connected with Poland through
Central European and Jewish
migrations. Exile, homelessness,
nostalgia, deterritorialization, inbetweenness, post-memory, trauma
are key terms used in the collection
to situate the experience of diaspora
against the larger background of
transcultural dia-logues and debates.
PUBLICATIONS
Czarnowus
Anna,
Joanna
Warmuzińska-Rogóż
(dir.),
Traverser
les
frontières.
Mélanges
offerts
au
Professeur Krzysztof Jarosz /
Crossing Borders. Studies in
Honour of Professor Krzysztof
Jarosz. Katowice: Wydawnictwo
Uniwersytetu Śląskiego, 2014. 200
pp. ISBN 978-83-226-2298-8.
Publikacja
dwujęzyczna
przygotowana z okazji jubileuszu
60. urodzin prof. dra hab. Krzysztofa
Jarosza, romanisty i quebecysty z
Uniwersytetu Śląskiego, kierownika
Zakładu Badań Kanadyjskich i
Przekładu Literackiego, tłumacza,
wieloletniego
prezesa
PTBK.
W książce znalazły się teksty
skoncentrowane wokół szeroko
rozumianej tematyki przekraczania
granic: w kontekście literatury,
szczególnie francuskiej, ale także
francuskojęzycznej rodem z Quebecu
i kanadyjskiej, a także w kontekście
kultury i przekładu.
Drewniak, Dagmara Forgetful
Recollections:
Images
of
Central and Eastern Europe
in
Canadian
Literature.
Wydawnictwo Naukowe UAM,
Poznań, 2014. 222 pp. ISBN 97883-232-2777-9.
The present study is an attempt to
explore the position of the memory
and postmemory of Central and
Eastern Europe in contemporary
Canadian literature. The analysis is
inspired by Simona Škrabec’s
concept of the 20th century Central
Europe seen as diverse and evolving
“space of dispersion.” In this
context, the book situates the
novels and memoirs, published in
Canada at the turn of the 20th and
21st century and written by
immigrants and their descendants
from Central and Eastern Europe,
as the texts which try to recreate
the images of “Old Places” filtered
through the experience of living in
POLISH ASSOCIATION FOR CANADIAN STUDIEM NEWSLETTER 7/2014
transcultural Canada. The analyses of
the selected texts by Janice Kulyk
Keefer, Lisa Appignanesi, Irena F.
Karafilly, Anne Michaels, Norman
Ravvin, and Eva Stachniak are
predominantly based on Marianne
Hirsch’s idea of “postmemory” and
Pierre Nora’s “lieux de mémoire”.
These two concepts capture the
broad spectrum of attitudes to the
past, remembering and forgetting,
and sites of memory as exemplified
in the discussed texts. While all of the
chosen novels and memoirs explore
the problem of post/ memory and
un/belonging
caused
by
immigration, poverty, and the
trauma of World War Π, they try to
address the question of identity of
immigrants (or their descendants)
created on the border between the
memory and postmemory of the past
and the contemporary reality of
transcultural Canada. As a result of
this, the post/memory and the
recreated after/images of Central and
Eastern Europe offer both therapy
and consolation as well as testimony
to the past and its sites of memory.
(Wydawnictwo Naukowe UAM,
www.press.amu.edu.pl)
Gabryś Marcin, Magdalena
Modrzejewska (red.), Państwo
i społeczeństwo: kanadyjska
myśl społeczna, polityczna i
prawna / State and society:
Canadian social, political and
legal thought. Katowice: Agencja
Artystyczna PARA, 2012. 337 pp.
ISBN 978-83-61061-89-2
Contemporary Canadian political,
social, legal and economic thought
is deeply rooted in the country’s
historical
context.
(…)
This
interdisciplinary selection of texts
aims, at least partly, to fill the gap
of primary sources availability on
Canadian 19th and early
20th century thought. By this
publication the authors provide a
highly valuable material for the
Canadian studies related courses
taught in Poland. The publication is
trilingual, the original French and
English texts are translated into
Polish and each of the original
sources is accompanied by a short
introduction presenting a historical
background, the author and the
context within which the source
material can be analyzed. The most
relevant supplemental readings are
also suggested. This publication
should be of interest for lawyers,
PUBLICATIONS
political scientists, sociologists or
philosophers.
(From the review by Prof. Marta
Kijewska-Trembecka)
Kraków: Księgarnia Akademicka,
2013. 288 str. ISBN 9788376384375.
Jacobsen
Johan
Adrian.
Voyage with the Labrador
Eskimos 1880-1881. Transl.
Hartmut Lutz. Gatineau: Quebec:
Polar Horizons, 2014. 86 pp. ISBN
978-0-9936740-5-1.
Książka adresowana jest przede
wszystkim do odbiorców wnikliwiej
zainteresowanych
różnymi
wymiarami
współczesnego
kanadyjskiego życia. W szczególności
praca ta jest pomyślana jako
podręcznik dla studentów różnych
kierunków i specjalności, na których
prowadzone są kursy dotyczące
problematyki kanadyjskiej.
Translation
from
NorwegianGerman into English of the diary of
captain Adrian Jacobsen from his
voyage from Hamburg to Canada
and back, when in 1880/81 he
brought eight Inuit from Labrador to
Europe, where they were exhibited
in zoos (!) and all died of smallpox.
Kijewska-Trembecka
Marta
(ed.), Kanada na przełomie XX
i
XXI
wieku.
Polityka,
społeczeństwo,
edukacja.
Lutz, Hartmut. Contemporary
Achievements:
Contextualizing
Canadian
Aboriginal Literatures. Studies
in Anglophone Literatures and
Cultures, vol. 6, ed. Martin Kuester.
Augsburg: Wissner Verlag, 2015.
334 pp. ISBN 978-3-95786-009-5.
POLISH ASSOCIATION FOR CANADIAN STUDIEM NEWSLETTER 7/2014
A collection of 13 essays, that were
originally published in scattered
periodicals and collections within
the last decade, which document
and celebrate the achievements of
Indigenous Literatures in Canada
since the 1990’s. Essays are
arranged according to the following
topics: I. Surveys of Canadian
Native Literatures; II. Peoples,
Stories, and Places; III. Indians and
Germans; IV. Métis and Others;
V. Inuit and Others.
Soroka Tomasz, Rola Kanady
w transformacji Imperium
Brytyjskiego. Analiza stosunków kanadyjsko-brytyjskich
w okresie między-wojennym.
Kraków: Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Jagiellońskiego, 2014. 256 str.
ISBN 978-83-233-3730-0.
Historyczna droga, jaką przebyła
Kanada od statusu brytyjskiej
kolonii do pełnej emancypacji
politycznej przebiegała etapami.
Kanadyjska odrębność państwowa
kształtowała
się
w
wyniku
stopniowego uzyskiwania przez
Ottawę coraz szerszej autonomii
w zakresie polityki wewnętrznej
i zagranicznej. Proces ten trwał
kilkadziesiąt lat, a największy postęp
w dążeniach do suwerenności
dyplomatycznej Kanada odnotowała
w okresie między-wojennym, za
rządów premiera Williama Lyona
Mackenzie
Kinga.
Temu
też
okresowi
relacji
kanadyjskobrytyjskich poświęcona jest niniejsza
monografia. Autor przyjmuje tezę
o szczególnej, wręcz pionierskiej roli,
jaką odegrało Dominium Kanady
w
transformacji
Imperium
Brytyjskiego
w
latach
międzywojennych. Swoje ustalenia
przedstawia na tle rywalizacji
międzynarodowej, skomplikowanej
sytuacji wewnętrznej Imperium
PUBLICATIONS
Brytyjskiego
oraz
podziałów
w
samym
społeczeństwie
kanadyjskim (…). Publikacja wnosi
istotny wkład w poszerzenie wiedzy
o historii politycznej Kanady okresu
międzywojnia
omawiając
zagadnienia, które nie były dotąd
wnikliwie opisywane w polskiej
literaturze przedmiotu.
(Z rec. wyd. dr. hab. Roberta
Kłosowicza, prof. UJ)
Suchacka, Weronika, Uwe
Zagratzki, and Hartmut Lutz
(eds.),
Despite
Harper:
International Perceptions of
Canadian
Literature
and
Cultures. Hamburg: Verlag Dr.
Kovač, 2014. 167pp. ISBN 978-38300-7412-0. Contributors (inter
alia): Hartmut Lutz, Weronika
Suchacka, Uwe Zagratzki.
The book International Perceptions of Canadian Literature and
Culture pursues two aims. On the
one hand it collects contributions
from literature and cultural studies,
history, methodology/didactics and
geography in the field of Canadian
Studies. All contributors are experts
in their respective fields of
research. Their essays introduce the
general reader to special issues of
Canadian Studies, but they also
address the specialist as they reflect
upon current research topics. With
the publication of this collection the
editors on the other hand have
taken a decision in favour of
representing
the
international
character of Canadian Studies.
Hence the book serves as an
indicator of the rapid development
of Canadian Studies inside and
outside Canada in the recent past,
even under impeding economic
conditions.
ARTICLES / BOOK CHAPTERS /
CONFERENCE PAPERS / INTERVIEWS
The list of articles and book
chapters,
conference
papers
recently published or presented by
Polish Canadianists.
Berek (Bujnowska) Ewelina,
Université de Silésie, Sosnowiec
« Existe-t-il un Macondo et des
Buendía québécois dans le roman
historique à la fin du XXe siècle au
Québec? » Philologica Canariensia
no 20, 2014 : 27-50. http://www.
servicios.ulpgc.es/publicaciones/JP
ortal25/images/revistas/philologic
a20/cap2Philologica20.pdf
« La radiographie de la société
québécoise contemporaine: losers,
BS et voyageurs de Google Maps.
Document 1 de François Blais ».
Traverser les frontières. Mélanges
offerts au Professeur Krzysztof
Jarosz / Crossing Borders. Studies
in Honour of Professor Krzysztof
Jarosz. Anna Czarnowus, Joanna
Warmuzińska-Rogóż
(réd.).
Wydawnictwo
Uniwersytetu
Śląskiego, Katowice, 2014. 59-79.
Colloque : «Kanade, di Goldene
Medine? Perspectives sur la
littérature et la culture juives
canadiennes», Université de Łódz,
Łódź, 2-4 avril 2014. Communication : « L’Amérique hantée par
le passé juit. Le ciel de Bay City de
Catherine Mavrikakis ».
Branach-Kallas Anna, Nicolaus
Copernicus University, Toruń
“Reading (Post-) Colonial Terror
within Gothic Aesthetics: The
Conceptual Limits of Postcolonial
Gothic in Canadian First Nations’
Fiction”. All that Gothic. Ed.
Agnieszka Łowczanin and Dorota
Wiśniewska. Frankfurt am Main:
Peter Lang, 2014. 63-79.
“Trauma polskości w opowiadaniach
Andrew J. Borkowskiego”. Niaunse
wyobcowania.
Diaspora
i tematyka polska w Kanadzie. Ed.
Anna
Branach-Kallas.
Toruń:
Wydawnictwo Naukowe UMK, 2014.
163-181.
ARTICLES / BOOK
“The Trauma of Multicultural
Renunciation: Kerri Sakamoto’s
The Electrical Field”. Affinities:
Essays in Honour of Professor
Tadeusz Rachwał. Ed. Agnieszka
Pantuchowicz
and
Sławomir
Masłoń. Frankfurt am Main: Peter
Lang, 2014. 227-236.
Conference: Canadian Literature of
World War One, University of
British Columbia and University of
Ottawa, Ottawa, 2014. Paper title:
“For the sin of staying alive…:”
The Great War, Trauma, and
Survivor Guilt in Contemporary
Canadian Fiction and Drama.
“Abjection,
Masochism,
and
Haunting:Traumatic Excess in Jen
Sookfong Lee’s The End of East”.
Poisoned Cornucopia: Excess,
Intemperance and Overabundance
across Cultures and Literatures.
Ed. Ryszard W. Wolny and
Stankomir Nicieja. Peter Lang:
Frankfurt am Main, 2014. 55-66.
Conference: Re-Imagining the First
World War: (Hi)stories, Myths, and
Propaganda
in
Anglophone
Literature and Culture, Nicolaus
Copernicus
University,
Toruń,
2014. Paper title: Colonial Wars.
“Wojna, imigracja i polska diaspora
w Toronto w opowiadaniach
Andrew J. Borkowskiego”. Studia
migracyjne-Przegląd
Polonijny
XL, 4/2014. 95-108.
Czubińska (Pałaniuk) Małgorzata,
Université
Adam
Mickiewicz,
Poznań
Conference:
Borderlands,
University
of
Białystok,
Krasnogróda, 2014. Paper title:
Phantoms
in
Borderlands:
(Post)Colonial Trauma in J.M.G.
Le Clézio’s and Alberto Manguel’s
Fiction.
Conference: North America, Europe
and the Cultural Memory of the
Great War, Austrian Academy of
Science, Graz, 2014. Paper title:
Narratives
of
(Post)Colonial
Encounter: The Old World in
Contemporary Canadian Great
War Fiction.
« Kreatywność językowa tłumacza w
przekładzie hybrydowej dramaturgii
Kanady frankofońskiej na język
polski ». Kreatywność językowa
w komunikowaniu (się). Katarzyna
Burska, Bartłomiej Cieśla (dir.).
Łódź: Wydawnictwo Uniwerystetu
Łódzkiego, 2014. 69-82.
« Sacres czyli nie(typowe) wulgaryzmy
frankofońskiej Kanady w kontekście
przekładu sztuk teatralnych ».
Komunikacja
międzykulturowa
w świetle współczesnej translatologii.
Tom I. Literatura. Ewa Kujawska-Lis,
Iwona Anna NDiaye (dir.) Olsztyn:
Katedra Filologii Angielskiej UWM,
2014. 251-262.
Colloque: „Kreatywność językowa
w
komunikowaniu
(się)”,
POLISH ASSOCIATION FOR CANADIAN STUDIEM NEWSLETTER 7/2014
Uniwersytet Łódzki, Łódź, le 25-26
mars
2014,
communication:
Kreatywność językowa tłumacza
w
przekładzie
hybrydowej
dramaturgii
Kanady
frankofońskiej na język polski.
Colloque: „Między Słowami, między
światami.
Komunikacja
międzykulturowa
w
świetle
współczesnej
translatologii”,
Université de Warmie et Mazurie à
Olsztyn, le 4-5 avril 2014.
Communication:
Sacres
czyli
specyficzne
wulgaryzmy
frankofońskiej
Kanady
w
kontekście
przekładu
sztuk
teatralnych.
Colloque:
„Dylematy
stylizacji
w
przekładzie”,
Académie
Technique et des Lettres à Bielsko
Biała, le 26-27 juin 2014.
Communication: Stylizacja na
język
potoczny
a
przekład
frankofońskiej
dramaturgii
mniejszościowej.
Colloque: CLASH (Culture, Literature, Anthropology, Sociology History). „Non(appartenance): Re(définition) de l’identité”, Université
Adam Mickiewicz à Poznań, le 5-6
décembre 2014,. Communication :
La (re)définition des rôles du
traducteur dans un contexte
babélien de la drama-turgie
minoritaire du Canada.
Participation au cycle de miniconférences intitulé „Polifonia” (la
francophonie dans le monde entier)
à l’Institut de Philologie Romane
UAM à Poznań, le 2 avril 2014.
Communication : Co, gdzie, jak, ile
i… w jakim języku? Wszystko, co
wiedzieć warto i wypada o
Kanadzie frankofońskiej.
Drewniak, Dagmara, Adam
Mickiewicz University, Poznań
“Crossing the Frontiers of Death –
a Journey through War Memories
and Continents in Anne Michaels’
Fugitive Pieces.” At the Crossroads
of Literature and Culture. Ed.
Jacek Fabiszak, Ewa UrbaniakRybicka and Bartosz Wolski (eds.)
Berlin – Heidelberg: Springer
Verlag, 2013. 181-190.
„Obrazy
miast
polskich
w
twórczości pisarzy kanadyjskich
polskiego pochodzenia.” Niuanse
wyobcowania:
diaspora
i
tematyka polska w Kanadzie. Ed.
Anna
Branach-Kallas.
Toruń:
Wydawnictwo
Naukowe
Uniwersytetu Mikołaja Kopernika,
2014. 93-110.
Conference: Kanada, di Goldene
Medine? Perspectives on CanadianJewish Literature and Culture,
University of Łódź, 2014. Paper title:
Addicted to the Holocaust – Bernice
Eisenstein’s ways of coping with
troublesome memories in I Was a
Child of Holocaust Survivors.
Conference: Re-Imagining the First
World War: (Hi)stories, Myths, and
Propaganda
in
Anglophone
ARTICLES / BOOK
Literature and Culture, Nicolaus
Copernicus
University,
Toruń,
2014. Paper title: The Great War as
a Trigger for Growing up and
Gaining Maturity in Rilla of
Ingleside.
Conference:
Autobiography,
Södertörn University, Stockholm,
2014. Paper title: ‘It’s our shared
memories… The stories we tell’
Politics and Identity in Two
Memoirs
by
HungarianCanadians.
Durczak Joanna, Maria CurieSkłodowska University, Lublin
„Ekokrytycznie
o
Kanadzie”
Wiadomości
Uniwersyteckie.
March 2014. 34-36.
Figas
Ewa,
Université
Technologie de Silésie, Gliwice
de
« Les modalités de la littératuremonde ». Traverser les frontières.
Mélanges offerts au Professeur
Krzysztof Jarosz / Crossing
Borders. Studies in Honour of
Professor Krzysztof Jarosz. Anna
Czarnowus, Joanna WarmuzińskaRogóż
(réd.).
Katowice:
Wydawnictwo
Uniwersytetu
Śląskiego, 2014. 113-126 (avec
Karolina Kapołka).
Wykład
w
Naukowców
ramach
Nocy
na
Politechnice
Śląskiej,
„Sacrés
sacres,
o
przekleństwach w Quebeku”, 18-102014.
Spotkanie z baśnią quebecką
w ramach Dnia Seminaryjnego
w LO w Czechowicach-Dziedzicach,
5-12-2014.
Wykład dla licealistów I LO
w Jastrzębiu-Zdroju „Spotkanie
z Quebekiem” 11-04-2014.
Wykład o piosence quebeckiej
w ramach Dnia Quebeckiego na
Uniwersytecie Śląskim « Le voyage
au pays de la musique à travers les
chansons de Lynda Lemay », 17-122014.
Gabryś Marcin,
University
Jagiellonian
„Polityka wewnętrzna Kanady.
Patriacja
konstytucji,
Quebec,
rdzenni mieszkańcy”. Kanada na
przełomie XX i XXI wieku.
Polityka, społeczeństwo, edukacja,
M. Kijewska-Trembecka (red.),
Kraków: Księgarnia Akademicka,
2013. 15-96.
Conference: International Studies
Association
Annual
Meeting,
Toronto, 25-29 March 2014. Paper
title: The concept of a selective
power and the case of Canada’s
role in contemporary international
politics (with Tomasz Soroka and
Wojciech Michnik)
POLISH ASSOCIATION FOR CANADIAN STUDIEM NEWSLETTER 7/2014
Conference:
8th
International
Congress of Arctic Social Sciences,
Prince George, British Columbia
22-26 May 2014. Paper title: Polish
Adventurers in the Northwest
Passage in the second half of the
20th century
et de Pacal Riendeau) vol. 39.3
(117), Printemps-Été 2014 : 113-117.
Conference: Re-Imagining the First
World War: (Hi)stories, Myths, and
Propaganda
in
Anglophone
Literature and Culture – Nicolaus
Copernicus
University,
Toruń,
25-26 November 2014. Paper title:
Canada’s Politics of Memory
during Stephen Harper’s Terms in
Office
« Les modalités de la littératuremonde». Traverser les frontières.
Mélanges offerts au Professeur
Krzysztof Jarosz / Crossing
Borders. Studies in Honour of
Professor Krzysztof Jarosz. Anna
Czarnowus, Joanna WarmuzińskaRogóż
(réd.).
Katowice:
Wydawnictwo
Uniwersytetu
Śląskiego, 2014. 113-126 (avec Ewa
Figas).
Seminar: Dzień Arktyki, University
of Łódź, 7 March 2014, Lecture
title: The True North strong and
free!
Historia
suwerenności
Kanady w Arktyce
Seminar: Podsumowanie roku 2013
w
Kanadzie,
Jagiellonian
University, Krakow, 2014.
Participation in Tok FM radio
programmes: “OFF Czarek” and
about various Canadian events
(4 February, 25 March, 20
September 2014).
Jarosz Krzysztof, Université de
Silésie, Sosnowiec
« Synthèses et analyses ». Voix et
images (sous la réd. de René Audet
Kapołka Karolina, Université de
Silésie, Sosnowiec
Kwaterko Józef, Université de
Varsovie
« Les Polonais en Haïti » in
Dictionnaire
Encyclopédique
d’Haïti (sous la dir. de Guy
Maximilien et Jacky Lumarque),
Centre
d’étude
de
cultures
haïtiennes, Presses de l’Université
de Quisquaya (Haïti), 2013. 302303.
« La Pologne », l’Année Francophone Internationale 2014, 2014,
193-195.
« Écrire la ville dans le roman
québécois
de
la
Révolution
tranquille
».
Traverser
les
frontières. Mélanges offerts au
Professeur
Krzysztof
Jarosz/
ARTICLES / BOOK
Crossing Borders. Studies in
Honour of Professor Krzysztof
Jarosz. Anna Czernowus, Joanna
Warmuzińska-Rogóż
(dir.).
Katowice.
Wydawnictwo
Uniwersytetu Śląskiego, 2014. 3146.
Colloque international : « Kanade.
Di goldene medine ? Jewish Perspectives on Canadian Litera-ture
and Culture/Perspectives juives de
la littérature et culture canadiennes », Institut d’études anglaises,
Université de Lodz, 2-5 avril 2014.
Communication : « Orthodoxie et
sexualité dans La Célébration de
Naim Kattan ».
Lutz Hartmut,
Szczecin
University
of
Conference:
35th
annual
conference of the GKS (Gesellschaft
für Kanada-Studien) in Grainau,
Germany, February 14-16th, 2014.
Paper: ‘They Talk, We Listen,’ or
‘Theory Coming Through Story’:
Aboriginal
Knowledge
and
Academic Discourse.
Ładuniuk Magdalena, Maria
Curie-Skłodowska
University,
Lublin
Conference: “Canadians and the
Environment: Historical, Cultural
and
Literary
Perspectives”,
Canadian Studies Department,
English Institute, Maria Curie
Sklodowska University, Lublin.
Paper: The Monstrous Nature in
Gail Anderson-Dargatz’s “The Cure
for Death by Lightning”.
Conference: “Culture and Space:
Alice Munro”, Toruń. Paper:
Reviser of Her Own Stories:
Readings of A. Munro’s “Corrie”.
Majer Krzysztof, University of
Łódź
Conference: «Kanade, di Goldene
Medine? Perspectives on CanadianJewish Literature and Culture /
Perspectives sur la littérature et la
culture
juives
canadiennes »,
University of Łódź, 2014. Paper
title:
From
Painter
to
Schlockmeister: the Evolution of
the ‘Doubtful Artist’ in Mordecai
Richler’s Fiction.
Marczuk-Karbownik
Magdalena, University of Łódź
Conference: “Polityka zagraniczna
Polski. 25 lat doświadczeń”,
organized by Polskie Towarzystwo
Studiów
Międzynarodowych,
Oddział w Łodzi, University of
Łódź, 21 November 2014. Paper
title: Stosunki polsko-kanadyjskie
– problemy i wyzwania w XXI
wieku.
POLISH ASSOCIATION FOR CANADIAN STUDIEM NEWSLETTER 7/2014
Moćkun Sławomir
“Redaktor Albert Morski. W służbie
komunizmu po obu stronach
oceanu”, Nie tylko niezłomni
i
kolaboranci...
Postawy
dzieńnikarzy w kraju i na
emigracji 1945–1989, Tadeusz
Wolsza, Przemysław Wójtowicz
(red.), Warszawa 2014. 296-330
„Niechciana prawda: Kanada wobec
ujawnienia
zbrodni
katyńskiej
(1943-1945)”. Dzieje Najnowsze :
[kwartalnik poświęcony historii XX
wieku] R. 46 z. 1 (2014). 111-121.
Konferencja: II Międzynarodowa
Konferencja Paryż – Londyn –
Monachium
–
Nowy
Jork
Powrześniowa
Emigracja
Niepodległościowa
na
mapie
kultury
nie
tylko
polskiej,
Uniwersytet
w
Białymstoku,
Białystok 2014. Tytuł wystąpienia:
Kultywowanie tradycji polskich w
Kanadzie przez Polonię i emigrację
wojenną w latach 1939–1945.
Konferencja:
Kongres
Polonii
Kanadyjskiej – 70 lat w służbie
Narodowi, Ojczyźnie i Polonii,
Uniwersytet Kardynała Stefana
Wyszyńskiego, Warszawa 2014,
Tytuł
wystąpienia:
Przeciw
wspólnemu wrogowi: współpraca
polsko-ukraińska
w
Kanadzie
podczas II wojny światowej.
Obszyński Michał, Université de
Varsovie
Colloque : Colloque international
« Repenser le manifeste “Pour une
littérature-monde en français” »,
Université
Simon
Fraser,
Vancouver,
Canada,
2014.
Communication: « Manifester la
différence:
les
voix
francoaméricaines
dans
Pour
une
littérature-monde ».
Rybkowski
Radosław,
Jagiellonian University
“Inspiracja.
Polityka
kulturalna
Toronto.” Szalony, kto nie chce
wyżej,
jeżeli
może.
Księga
Jubileuszowa
Profesora
Emila
Orzechowskiego. Ed. Alicja Kędziora,
Łukasz
Gaweł.
Kraków:
Wydawnictwo Attyka, 2014: 325-331.
“Polityka edukacyjna i kulturalna w
Kanadzie.” Kanada na przełomie XX
i XXI wieku: polityka, społeczeństwo,
edukacja. Ed. Marta KijewskaTrembecka. Kraków: Księgarnia
Akademicka, 2013: 211-249.
Sadkowski Piotr, Université
Nicolas Copernic de Toruń
« Cień
żydowskiej
Polski
w
Montrealu. La Québécoite Régine
Robin
i
Hadassa
Myriam
Beaudoin.” Niuanse wyobcowania.
Diaspora i tematyka polska w
ARTICLES / BOOK
Kanadzie. Anna Branach-Kallas
(dir.).
Toruń:
Wydawnictwo
Naukowe UMK, 2014. 73-91.
Colloque:
Kanade, di Goldene
Medine? Perspectives on CanadianJewish Literature and Culture /
Kanade, di Goldene Medine?
Perspectives sur la littérature et la
culture
juives
canadiennes,
Département
de
littérature
américaine – Université de Łódź;
Département des sciences de la
religion – Université Concordia,
Łódź, 2014. Communication: « A.
M. Klein au Québec français :
échos critiques et intertextuels »
Colloque: Présences, résurgences et
oublis du religieux dans les
littératures française et Québécoise,
Centre d‘études canadiennes à
l‘Université de Graz en collaboration
avec
Centre
de
recherche
interuniversitaire sur la littérature et
la culture québécoises à l’Université
de Montréal, Centro di Cultura
Canadese dell‘Università degli Studi
di Udine, Center for Inter-American
Studies à l‘Université de Graz,
Département
de
langues
et
littératures romanes à l’Université
de Graz, Graz (Autriche), 2014.
Communication: « La fonction
hypertextuelle du récit biblique de
l’Exode dans Eléazar ou la Source et
le Buisson de Michel Tournier et
Amerika de Sergio Kokis »
Soroka Tomasz,
University
Jagiellonian
„Polityka zagraniczna. Kanada w
globalnym
systemie
relacji
politycznych
i
wojskowych”.
Kanada na przełomie XX i XXI
wieku. Polityka, społeczeństwo,
edukacja, M. Kijewska-Trembecka
(red.),
Kraków:
Księgarnia
Akademicka, 2013, 97-160.
Conference: International Studies
Association
Annual
Meeting,
Toronto, 25-29 March 2014. Paper
title: The concept of a selective
power and the case of Canada’s
role in contemporary international
politics (with Marcin Gabryś and
Wojciech Michnik)
Conference: Podsumowanie roku
2013 w Kanadzie – Institute of
American Studies and Polish
Diaspora, Jagiellonian University,
Krakow, 8 April 2014. Lecture title:
Skandal finansowy w kanadyjskim
Senacie
Conference: Re-Imagining the First
World War: (Hi)stories, Myths, and
Propaganda
in
Anglophone
Literature and Culture – Nicolaus
Copernicus University, Toruń, 2526 November 2014. Paper title:
Canada’s Great War: The Rise of
Independent Canada
POLISH ASSOCIATION FOR CANADIAN STUDIEM NEWSLETTER 7/2014
Suchacka Weronika, Szczecin
University
“‘Canada
Abroad’
(at
a)
Crossroads.” British Journal of
Canadian Studies 27.2: 217-28.
Conference: Kanade, di Goldene
Medine? Perspectives on CanadianJewish Literature and Culture,
University of Łódź and Concordia
University, Łódź, 2014. Paper title:
“To come to terms, to find not
answers, but acceptance”: Canada
as a place for the JewishUkrainian dialogue?
Trociuk Agata,
Limoges, France
Université
de
Journées d’études: Les conflits en
territoires
hispanophones,
lusophones
et
francophones,
Université de Limoges, Limoges, 1213 juin 2014. Communication
intitulée:
« Complexité de l’identité culturelle
québécoise dans des perspectives
territoriale,
historique
et
linguistique ».
Journées d’études: Revisiter le
Canada par la recherche doctorale:
nouvelles thématiques, nouvelles
sources, nouvelles méthodologies?
Université de Poitiers, Poitiers, 20
mars
2014.
Communication
intitulée: « Représentation de la
société montréalaise dans le roman
québécois hétérolingue ».
Wójcik Marta, Maria CurieSkłodowska University, Lublin
“‘The stillness is the time before the
change’ – celebrating the Canadian
North and Northern environment
in Elizabeth Hay's Late Nights on
Air.” Lublin Studies in Modern
Languages and Literature, July
2014: 101-109.
“Northern Canadian environment
at risk – from Elizabeth Hay’s Late
Nights
on
Air
to Andrew
Nikiforuk’s ‘Canada’s Highway to
Hell’.” Brief – Online Journal of
Snippets, August 2014: 5-6.
Conference: „Canadians and the
Environment: Historical, Cultural and
Literary Perspectives”, Canadian
Studies
Department,
English
Institute, Maria Curie Skłodowska
University, Lublin. Paper: ’The
stillness is the time before the change’
– Celebrating the Canadian North
and Northern Environment in
Elizabeth “Hay’s Late Nights on Air”.
Zając Paweł, Adam Mickiewicz
University, Poznań
“XVIII-wieczne
obrazy
misji
katolickich w Ameryce Północnej –
między tradycyjną pobożnością a
oświeceniową krytyką”. Kościół w
Polsce. Dzieje i kultura 13 (2014):
67-86.
ARTICLES / BOOK
Conference: Re-Imagining the First
World War. Nicolaus Copernicus
University, Toruń, 2014. Paper title:
Lost
Brothers,
Lost
Beliefs.
Tragedy of the Great War from the
Oblate Missionary Perspective.
Żurawska
Anna,
Université
Nicolas Copernic de Toruń
« Danser avec la Mort au Québec.
Les relations du littéraire et du
pictural dans l’œuvre de Sergio
Kokis », Le Québec recto/verso,
Publifarum 21 (2014).
„Pejzaż historyczny w Kaléidoscope
brisé Sergio Kokisa”. (Re)wizje
historii w dyskursie i literaturze.
Dorota
Guttfeld,
Agnieszka
Sowińska, Monika Linke-Ratuszny
(dir.). Toruń: Wydawnictwo UMK,
2014. 89-104.
„Ocalić od zapomnienia: Tecia
Werbowski”.
Niuanse
wyobcowania:
diaspora
i
tematyka polska w Kanadzie.
Anna Branach-Kallas (dir.). Toruń:
Wydawnictwo UMK, 2014. 127-145.
« L’errance de l’artiste dans La
Montagne secrète de Gabrielle Roy ».
Quêtes littéaires 4 (2014) : 103-110.
HABILITATION, PH.D, M.A. AND B.A. THESES
Moćkun Sławomir, Ph.D. thesis:
Kanada i Polonia Kanadyjska
wobec spraw polskich w latach
1939-1945. supervisor: prof. dr hab.
Tadeusz Wolsza.
Obszyński Michał, thèse de doctorat, sous la rédaction du
Professeur
Józef
Kwaterko,
«Idéologie et poétique. Manifestes
et programmes littéraires aux
Caraïbes
francophones
(XXe
siècle)».
Cyper J., M.A. thesis: “Women’s
Emigration to Canada in the Early
19th Century: S. Moodie’s and C.
Parr Traill’s Literary Testimonies”,
supervisor: Joanna Durczak, M.
Curie Skłodowska University.
Gosik J., M.A. thesis: “Alice
Munro as a (Southern Ontario)
Gothic Writer.”, supervisor: Joanna
Durczak, M. Curie Skłodowska
University.
Gryn A., M.A. thesis: “Ethnic
Toronto in the Novels of A. Clarke,
N. Bissoondath and D. Brand”,
supervisor: Joanna Durczak, M.
Curie Skłodowska University.
Hodurek Dominik, M.A. thesis:
„Polityczne spory wokół Alaski do
roku 1903”, supervisor: Anna
Reczyńska, Jagiellonian University.
Jamroży
I.,
M.A.
thesis:
“Canadian Travel Writers in Serach
of Canada”, supervisor: Joanna
Durczak, M. Curie Skłodowska
University.
Kaczor Katarzyna, M.A. thesis:
“Shedding Skins”: Identity as a
Construct in Michael Ondaatje’s The
English Patient and In The Skin Of A
Lion,
supervisor:
Weronika
Suchacka, University of Szczecin.
Kopciuch Anna, M.A. thesis:
“Ewolucja polityki Kanady wobec
parków narodowych na przykładzie
Parku
Narodowego
Banff”,
supervisor:
Marta
KijewskaTrembecka, Jagiellonian University.
Kosz E., M.A. thesis: “Pre-Internet
Brains and 21st Century Minds in
Douglas Coupland’s Novels”, supervisor: Joanna Durczak, M. Curie
Skłodowska University.
HABILITATION, PH.D, M.A. AND B.A. THESES
Mazewska Gabriela, M.A. thesis:
“Edukacja Indian w Kanadzie od lat
60. XX wieku widziana z dwóch
różnych perspektyw”, supervisor:
Marta
Kijewska-Trembecka,
Jagiellonian University.
Nowaczek A., M.A. thesis:
“Female Identity Formation in
Three Novels by M. Atwood”,
supervisor: Joanna Durczak, M.
Curie Skłodowska University.
Rybka K., M.A. thesis: “Albert
Johnson vs. the Wilderness and the
RCMP:
Three
Non-fictional
Interpretations”,
supervisor:
Joanna
Durczak,
M.
Curie
Skłodowska University.
Tuz J., M.A. thesis: “The Hipster in
Three Contemporary Canadian
Novels”,
supervisor:
Joanna
Durczak, M. Curie Skłodowska
University.
Baran Anna, BA thesis: “Elements
of the Gothic in Margaret Atwood’s
Alias Grace and Lady Oracle”,
supervisor: Dagmara Drewniak
Adam
Mickiewicz
University,
Poznań.
Bednarczyk Iwona, BA thesis:
“(Re)Constructing Memory in The
Diviners, Oryx and Crake and
Cockroach”, supervisor: Krzysztof
Majer, University of Łódź.
Bendyk
Ewelina,
“Irish
Immigration to Canada in Jane
Urquhart’s Away”, supervisor:
Anna Branach-Kallas Nicolaus
Copernicus University, Toruń.
Bilicka Anna, Female silences in
selected short stories by Alice
Munro, supervisor: Anna BranachKallas
(Nicolaus
Copernicus
University, Toruń).
Błaszczyk Agata, BA thesis:
“Forging Female Identity in Alice
Munro’s Lives of Girls and Women
and Who Do You Think You Are?”,
supervisor:
Krzysztof
Majer,
University of Łódź.
Bujanowska Aleksandra, BA
thesis:
“Female
identity
in
Canadian and American literature
as presented in Carol Shields’ The
Stone Diaries and Henry James’
Daisy Miller”, supervisor: Dagmara
Drewniak
Adam
Mickiewicz
University, Poznań.
Dados Justyna, BA thesis:
“Nature in American and Canadian
prose of the 19th century”,
supervisor: Dagmara Drewniak,
Adam
Mickiewicz
University,
Poznań.
Fibich Justyna, BA thesis: “The
elements of Künstlerroman in
Canadian Literature”, supervisor:
Dagmara
Drewniak,
Adam
Mickiewicz University, Poznań.
Jaros Kinga, BA thesis: “Isolation
and
alienation
of
female
protagonists in Canadian and
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American literature”, supervisor:
Dagmara
Drewniak,
Adam
Mickiewicz University, Poznań.
Jędraszek Gabriela, BA thesis:
“The Melting Pot and the Mosaic:
North American Identities in Dos
Passos’
42nd
Parallel
and
MacLennan’s
Two
Solitudes”,
supervisor:
Krzysztof
Majer,
University of Łódź.
Kondziołka Karolina, BA thesis:
“The representation of Native
People in Canadian literature from
native and non-native perspective”,
supervisor: Dagmara Drewniak
Adam
Mickiewicz
University,
Poznań.
Kościenkow
Adrianne,
BA
thesis:
BA
thesis:
„Stosunki
kanadyjsko-amerykańskie w XXI
wieku – wybrane problemy”,
supervisor: Magdalena MarczukKarbownik, University of Łódź.
Krzyżańska
Weronika,
BA
thesis: “The problem of un/
belonging and changing attitudes to
Canada in The jade peony by
Wayson Choy and What we all long
for by Dionne Brand”, supervisor:
Dagmara
Drewniak,
Adam
Mickiewicz University, Poznań.
Markowicz Marcin, BA thesis:
“Reconsidering
one's
identity
through psychological and physical
transformations.
The
representtation of the Self in
Robertson Davies’ Fifth Business
and Margaret Atwood’s Lady
Oracle”,
supervisor:
Dagmara
Drewniak,
Adam
Mickiewicz
University, Poznań.
Piechota Justyna, BA thesis:
“The Postmodern Condition in G. F.
Walker’s Risk Everything and G.
Jarzyna’s adaptation”, supervisor:
Krzysztof Majer, University of Łódź.
Stanibuła
Małgorzata,
BA
thesis: “Failure in adaption to
Canadian reality in immigrant
literature”, supervisor: Dagmara
Drewniak,
Adam
Mickiewicz
University, Poznań.
Szczerbal Patrycja, BA thesis:
“The influence of relationships with
men on women’s undrestanding of
their own identity in Margaret
Atwood’s Surfacing and Lady
Oracle”,
supervisor:
Dagmara
Drewniak
Adam
Mickiewicz
University, Poznań.
Tazbir Jędrzej, BA thesis: “The
Old
World
and
the
New:
Assimilation and its Discontents in
Selected Examples of North
American
Jewish
Fiction”,
supervisor:
Krzysztof
Majer,
University of Łódź.
CONFERENCES / SEMINARS / EVENTS /
GUEST LECTURES
Toruń / Poznań, Poland – 11-13
January 2014 – Prof. Hartmut
Lutz. Guest lecture: Writing Back
or
Writing
Home?
Native
Literatures in Canada Today –
Nicolaus Copernicus University /
Adam Mickiewicz University.
Kraków, Poland – 21 January
2014 – Col. Daniel Geleyn. Guest
lecture: Canadian Peacekeeping –
Jagiellonian University.
Warsaw, Poland – 27 January
2014 – Steve Verheul (Canada’s
Chief
Trade
Negotiator
for
negotiations between Canada and
the European Union in the
Department of Foreign Affairs and
International
Trade).
Public
lecture: The Canada-EU Trade
Deal:
A
Ground-Breaking
Agreement, followed by an open
discussion moderated by Artur
Gradziuk, PhD, Coordinator of the
PISM
International
Economic
Relations and Global Issues
Programme – Polish Institute of
International Affairs.
Paris, France – 3 février 2014 –
Prof.
Józef
Kwaterko.
Communication : Montréal chez
les romanciers haïtiens du Québec,
Université
Paris-4
SorbonneNouvelle.
Paris, France – 7 février 2014 –
Prof.
Józef
Kwaterko.
Communication :
Sociocritique.
Principes
et
perspectives.
Université
Paris-4
SorbonneNouvelle.
Centre
d’études
québécoises.
Lublin, Poland – 12-13 February
2014 – Canadians and the
Environment:
Historical,
Cultural
and
Literary
Perspectives.
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Michel
Soukar
(écrivain
et
journaliste haïtien) conférence Le
romancier haïtien : entre l’encrage
et l’exil (le 17 mars). N.b. la
conférence de M. Soukar tenait
compte de l’apport des écrivains
haïtiens immigrés au Québec.
Régine Robin (écrivaine, sociologue
et historienne, professeure émérite
de l’Université du Québec à
Montréal) ; conférence Écrire le
français avec un ‘accent’ (le 31
mars).
Canadian Studies Department in
cooperation
with
American
Literature and Culture Department
at
Maria
Curie-Skłodowska
University organized a 2-day
conference addressed to junior
scholars and doctoral students
interested in exploring Canadian
history, culture and literature from
environmental
perspectives.
Keynote speakers: Prof. Kylie Crane
(J. Gutenberg Universitat, Mainz,
Germany), Dr. Julia Fiedorczuk
(University of Warsaw).
Varsovie, Pologne – mars 2014 –
Mois de la Francophonie.
Centre d’études en civilisation
canadienne-française
et
en
littérature québécoise, Institut
d’études romanes, Université de
Varsovie.
Mme
Alexandra
Bugailiskis,
Ambassadrice du Canada en
Pologne (le 31 mars, visite du
Centre).
Poznań, Poland – 7 March 2014
– Dzień Kanady – Adam
Mickiewicz University. Lecture by:
Anna Branach-Kallas (Nicolaus
Copernicus University).
Łódź, Poland – 7 March 2014 –
Arctic
Day
–
Faculty
of
International and Political Studies,
University of Łódź.
CONFERENCES / SEMINARS
The Arctic Day was organized by
the Canadian Studies Resource
Center and the Department of
Transatlantic and Media Studies
and took place on March 7, at the
Faculty of International and
Political Studies, University of
Łódź. The Arctic Day started with
the opening of the exhibition
entitled “Arctic” by the Vice Dean of
the Faculty and the Head of the
Department of Transatlantic and
Media Studies. The Embassy of
Canada to Poland, celebrating its
chairmanship of the Arctic Council,
provided photographs for the
exhibition which was a mini version
of the one presented in Warsaw.
The main lecture was given by Dr.
Marcin
Gabryś
from
the
Jagiellonian University, Kraków
and was entitled: The True North
strong and free! The History of
Canadian Sovereignty in the
Arctic. Although the history of
independent Canada is not very
long, the history of its sovereignty
in the Arctic is not so short.
Michał Jarocki, a member of
Foundation
Amicus
Europea,
presented some facts on The
Canadian Armaments in the
Arctic. Among others, he asked a
question if Canada would be a part
in any military conflict in that
region. The presentation of Dr.
Katarzyna
Dośpiał-Borysiak,
University of Łódź, was devoted to
The Role of the Arctic in the
Climate Policy of Norway. Norway
is a member of the Arctic Council
and maintains strong relationships
with its other members considering
that region very important not only
for the climate policy.
The presentations on the Arctic
were for the students of the B.A.
International Relations program
and the students of the M.A.
American Studies and Mass Media
program.
The
folders
and
brochures
informing about the Arctic, Canada,
and the Canadian Arctic policy,
provided by the Embassy of Canada
to Poland, were distributed among
the audience.
(Report by Magdalena MarczukKarbownik)
Warsaw & Poznań, Poland – 11
/ 27 March 2014 – Prof.
Radosław Rybkowski. Introductory lectures to the screening of
Mon Oncle Antoine (part of the
Francophonie
Festival
2014):
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Szkoła Wyższa Psychologii Społecznej, Warszawa (11 March),
Centrum Sztuki Współczesnej, Kino
Lab (11 March), Warszawa and
Dom Bretanii, Poznań (27 March).
Varsovie, Pologne – 18 mars
2014 – la rencontre de Michel
Soukar avec les écrivains polonais
au Pen Club Polski à Varsovie.
Lublin, Poland – April 2014 –
open lecture by Dr. JohnMichael Warner (University of
Arizona): “Traces: Land Use and
Representation in the American
and Canadian West”, Canadian
Studies
Department,
English
Institute, Maria Curie-Skłodowska
University.
Poznań, Pologne – 2 avril 2014 –
cycle
de
mini-conférences
intitulé
„Polifonia”
(la
francophonie dans le monde entier)
à l’Institut de Philologie Romane
UAM à Poznań.
Łódź, Poland – 2-5 April 2014 –
Kanade, di Goldene Medine?
Perspectives on CanadianJewish Literature and Culture.
Organizers: University of Łódź and
Concordia University (Krzysztof
Majer, Justyna Fruzińska, Norman
Ravvin). Participants: (inter alia):
Krzysztof Majer, Józef Kwaterko,
Piotr
Sadkowski,
Weronika
Suchacka
Konin, Poland – 7 April 2014 –
II Anglosaskie Spotkania z
Kulturą, Państwowa Wyższa Szkoła
Zawodowa w Koninie. Guest lecture
by Dr. Krzysztof Majer: “CanLit
Goes Pop: The Phenomenon of
Canada Reads”.
Kraków, Poland – 8 April 2014 –
Podsumowanie roku 2013 w
Kanadzie – Jagiellonian University.
Łódź, Poland – 11 May 2014 –
students’
conference:
Transformations
/
Metamorphoses: The Notion
of Change in North American
Literature and Culture.
Łódź, Poland – 11 May 2014 –
students’ conference: Music in
Literature / Literature in
Music:
North
American
Intermedial Exchanges.
CONFERENCES / SEMINARS
Żory, Poland – 16 April 2014 –
Discover Canada, a Nationwide
Contest for Polish High School
Students.
This
pioneering
educational
initiative aims at broadening the
cultural horizons of participating
students by encouraging them to
explore Canadian culture, history,
education, politics, geography and
current affairs, as well as
introducing them to the Canadian
exemplary ways of dealing with
diversity in all its forms. In view of
Europe’s rising multiculturality,
Canada’s successful multicultural
policies can serve as a model for
creating societies that celebrate
diversity, difference, and inclusion.
Contests such as Discover Canada
can contribute to the process of
educating future broadminded
leaders of the new world who would
create societies without prejudice
and discrimination.
The patronage of the first edition of
the contest Discover Canada 2014,
was accepted by the Ambassador of
Canada to Poland, H.E. Alexandra
Bugailiskis, Minister of National
Education
Joanna
KluzikRostkowska, President of the
University of Silesia Prof. Wiesław
Banyś, President of the City of Żory,
President of the City of Sosnowiec,
and the Chief Education Officer in
Katowice.
Discover Canada 2014 met with an
immense interest of Polish high
school students nationwide. They
were provided with reading lists
and reliable educational and
government sponsored websites
which helped them to prepare for
the contest. Twelve hundred and
seven students participated in the
first stage of the project in the form
of a written test. Forty students
were selected for the second stage
which took place at the Institute of
English Cultures and Literatures,
University of Silesia, on February
28th, 2014. They wrote a high level
test on a variety of Canadian topics
and an essay on one of earlier
published research topics. Twelve
students were accepted for the
finals of the contest organized at
the Municipal Cultural Centre in
Żory on April 16th, 2014. They were
examined on their knowledge of
Canadian culture, politics, history
and geography and they presented
their well-researched power point
presentations entitled ‘The Spirit of
Canada’ in which they explored
their understanding of most
distinctive and important signifiers
of Canadianness.
The responses
were evaluated for the contents,
critical thinking skills and maturity
of ideas by Canadianists representting University of Silesia and Polish
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Association for Canadian Studies,
as well as “Native speakers” of
English.
The participants of the second and
third stage of the contest showed a
very good grasp of many Canadian
Studies topics, both in writing and
oral responses and presentations.
They were very well prepared,
highly motivated, and passionate
about Canada which is all the more
remarkable as they had to learn
about this country in extra curricula
school activities or individually, as
Canadian Studies topics are
underrepresented in the Polish high
school curriculum and rarely
introduced by interested teachers.
The following prizes have been
secured for the contest winners: the
admission to the Institute of
English Cultures and Literatures,
and to the Institute of English
Language
(2 places) (after
graduation from high school), and
high financial awards (3000 PLN
for the first prize, 2000 PLN for
the second, and 1000 PLN for the
third - sponsored by the President
of the City of Zory), as well as book
awards sponsored by various
publishing
houses
and
the
Canadian Embassy which also
funded the development and
maintenance of the contest website
and a post-contest dinner. Several
local companies also contributed to
the organization of various contest
activities.
(Report by Eugenia Sojka)
The
contest
http://www.mt-oka.pl
website:
Sosnowiec Poland – 14 May
2014 – Multiculturalism, the
Final
Frontier?
Representations of Diversity
in Canadian Mass Media and
Popular Culture.
3rd Annual Graduate Student
Conference on Canadian Studies
organized by the Student Circle and
Canadian Studies Centre at the
University of Silesia.
Sosnowiec Poland – 14-15 May
2014 – Days of Canadian
Culture.
Conference organized by the
Institute of English Cultures and
Literatures, University of Silesia
devoted to Canadian Aboriginal
CONFERENCES / SEMINARS
Drama, Theatre and Popular
Culture. Lectures and workshops by:
Eugenia Sojka (University of Silesia),
Ric Knowles (University of Guelph),
Michelle LaFlamme (University of
Fraser Valley), Kaspar Saxena
(University of Toronto).
Łódź / Warszawa – 15 / 19 maja
2014 – spotkania z Jonathanem
Locke Hartem – kanadyjskim
poetą,
historykiem,
krytykiem
i teoretykiem literackim.
Montreal, Kanada – 16 maja – 2
czerwca 2014 – Misja Centrum
Dokumentacji
Zsyłek,
Wypędzeń
i
Przesiedleń
Uniwersytetu Pedagogicznego
do Montrealu w ramach
projektu IV Kongresu Polskich
Towarzystw Naukowych na
Obczyźnie Polskiej Akademii
Umiejętności.
W dniach 16 maja – 2 czerwca
2014, pod kierownictwem dra
Huberta Chudzio, do Montrealu
udała się czteroosobowa grupa,
złożona
z
pracowników
Uniwersytetu Pedagogicznego im.
KEN w Krakowie. Celem misji było
przeprowadzenie wywiadów ze
świadkami historii, którzy podczas
II wojny światowej przeżyli tragedię
zesłania w ostępy Rosji Sowieckiej,
a później przez Irak, Iran, Indie,
Afrykę, Palestynę, Egipt i Włochy
trafili do Kanady, gdzie osiedli na
stałe. Wyjazd był częścią projektu
Polskiej Akademii Umiejętności,
współfinansowanego ze środków
otrzymanych
od
Ministerstwa
Spraw Zagranicznych w ramach
konkursu na realizację zadania
„Współpraca z Polonią i Polakami
za granicą w roku 2014”. W ciągu
kilkunastu
dni
spędzonych
w Montrealu udało się utrwalić
niezwykłe losy 25 osób (w tym 22
sybiraków). To kilkadziesiąt godzin
bezcennych nagrań w formacie
audio i video. Praktycznie każda
z opowiedzianych historii nadaje się
na scenariusz film dokumentalnego,
a nawet fabularnego.
Oprócz wywiadów szczególnym
sukcesem misji do Montrealu było
dotarcie do archiwów domowych
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polskich
emigrantów,
które
zawierają bezcenne dokumenty
świadczące o tragicznej historii
naszych rodaków.
Podczas spotkań w Bibliotece
Polskiej, Polskim Instytucie przy
Uniwersytecie McGill i Domu
Związku Weteranów pracownicy
Uniwersytetu zaprezentowali ideę
IV Kongresu Polskich Towarzystw
Naukowych
na
Obczyźnie.
Wyświetlono
również
spoty,
ukazujące działalność CDZWiP UP.
Uczestnicy misji gościli także w
polskich audycjach Radia CFMB
Montreal.
Działania misji wspierane były
przez Konsulat Generalny RP
w Montrealu, Związek Weteranów
Polskich z prezesem Józefem
Foltynem na czele oraz grupę
sybiraków, koordynowaną przez
Edwarda Krajewskego.
Trwałym efektem prac dokumentacyjnych m.in. w Kanadzie jest
wystawa pt. „Polscy Sybiracy
w świecie”
(Relacja: Alicja Śmigielska)
Łódź, Poland – 17 May 2014 –
United
Students
Society
conference: Music in Literature,
Literature in Music: North
American
Intermedial
Exchanges – Institute of English
Studies, University of Łódź.
The conference was designed to
address
the
various
corresponddences between literary
and musical. B.A., M.A. and Ph.D.
students were invited to submit
conference papers on connections
between literature and music in the
North American context.
Varsovie, Pologne – 20 mai 2014
–
Prof.
Józef
Kwaterko.
Communication : Jean Jean-Marie
Gustave Le Clézio, przewoźnik
między kulturami (Jean–Marie
Gustave
Le
Clézio,
passeur
interculturel),
Université
de
Troisième âge, École Polytechnique
de Varsovie.
Szczecin, Poland – 27-29 May
2014 – Canada Day – University
of Szczecin. Organized by Szczecin
Canadian Studies Group (SCSG);
co-organisers: Prof. Dr Hartmut
Lutz, Dr hab. Uwe Zagratzki.
Readings and lectures by Henry
Beissel on Canadian Nature:
‘Cantos North’ and Immigrant
Experience: ‘Coming to Terms with
a Child'.
CONFERENCES / SEMINARS
Białystok, Poland – 29-30 May
2014 - Conference: Representing,
(De)Constructing
and
Translating
Borderlands,
University of Bialystok.
Toruń, Poland – 20-21 October
2014 – conference: Culture and
Space: Alice Munro.
Warsaw, Poland – 5 June 2014 – A
talk by Margaret MacMillan
(Warden of St. Antony’s College
Oxford and author of the highly
acclaimed book “The War That Ended
Peace”), Dom Spotkań z Historią.
Toruń,
Poland
–
25-26
September – conference: ReImagining the First World
War: (Hi)stories, Myths, and
Propaganda in Anglophone
Literature and Culture.
A conference devoted to the
representations of the Great War in
fiction, history, film and other cultural
discourses,
organised
by
the
Department of English at Nicolaus
Copernicus University. Participants
(inter alia): Col. Daniel Geleyn
(Canadian Defence Attaché to
Poland),
Prof.
Sherrill
Grace
(University of British Columbia),
Anna
Branach-Kallas,
Mateusz
Bogdanowicz, Dagmara Drewniak,
Marcin Gabryś, Brygida Gasztold,
Tomasz
Soroka,
Katarzyna
Więckowska, Paweł Zając.
Conferences on “Culture & Space”
(CaSe) have been organized at the
Department of English, Nicolaus
Copernicus University, since 2005.
Their aim is to address a variety of
issues and research areas at the
intersection of literature and
culture studies.
Kraków, Poland – 24 October
2014 - International Undergraduate
and Graduate academic conference:
“Leonard Cohen”.
The conference focused on Leonard
Cohen’s life and work and was
organized by American Studies
Students’ Academic Society, Institute
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of American Studies and Polish
Diaspora, Jagiellonian University.
Warszawa – 7-8 listopada 2014 –
Kongres Polonii Kanadyjskiej
– 70 lat w służbie Narodowi,
Ojczyźnie i Polonii, Uniwersytet
Kardynała Stefana Wyszyńskiego.
Konferencja
poświęcona
była
dorobkowi
Kongresu
Polonii
Kanadyjskiej, a w szczególności jego
działalności na rzecz Polaków w
Kraju oraz rodaków mieszkających
w Kanadzie, a także na rzecz
Kanady
–
nowej
Ojczyzny
emigrantów, którzy zdecydowali się
zamieszkać
w
tym
kraju
i uczestniczyć w jego rozwoju.
Krakow, Poland – 17-21 November
2014 – III Festiwal Kultury
Kanadyjskiej
–
Konferencja
Naukowa “Kanada: Ludy Rdzenne”.
W programie m.in. pokaz filmu
niemego z muzyką na żywo,
wykłady specjalistów z zakresu
studiów nad kulturą, historią
Native Americans, slajdowisko
z
prezentacją
zdjęć
z podróży po Kanadzie. Jednym
z kluczowych wydarzeń była
dwudniowa konferencja studenckodoktorancka,
której
tematem
przewodnim
były
zagadnienia
związane z Ludami Rdzennymi
w Kanadzie.
Program Festiwalu
www.festiwalkulturykanadyjskiej.pl
Alta, Norway – 19-21st November
2014 – Prof. Hartmut Lutz.
Keynote lecture at the Association for
Canadian Studies in Norway/ Nordic
Association for Canadian Studies
conference
“Connections
and
Ex-changes:
America
in
an
Intercontinental
North”,
in,
September 19-21st 2014. Lecture
title: ‘They Talk, We Listen,’ or
‘Theory Coming Through Story’:
Indigenous
Knowledges
and
Western Discourse.
Greifswald, Germany – 26
November 2014 – Dr. Weronika
Suchacka. Fellow lecture at the
Krupp Wissenschaftskolleg: “Those
Silent,
Unspoken
Identities”:
CONFERENCES / SEMINARS
Ancestral Legacy and Queer Identity
in Marusya Bociurkiw’s Works.
Olomouc, Czech Republic –
Prof. Joanna Durczak. Guest
lecture (INKULTUS EU program):
Earth-Sandwiches, Two-Headed
Geese, and the Pre-Internet (?)
Brain of Douglas Coupland.
Palacky University.
Toruń, Poland – 2 December
2014
–
Prof.
Marzena
Sokołowska-Paryż.
Guest
lecture:
Paul
Gross’s
“Passchendaele”:
German
Canadians and the Cultural
Memory of the Great War.
Nicolaus Copernicus University,
Toruń.
Sosnowiec, Pologne – 17
decembre 2014 – Dzień kultury
quebeckiej
/
kanadyjskiej.
Wykłady
wygłosili:
Ewelina
Bujnowska, Aleksandra Chrupała,
Dawid Dryżałowski, Ewa Figas,
Zuzanna Szatanik.
ICCS PROGRAMS
Canadian Studies Postdoctoral
Fellowships
Graduate
Scholarships
Student
The scholarship is aimed to facilitate
the renewal of the community of
Canadianists by supporting the work
of young scholars, by enabling
successful candidates to spend 4-6
weeks at a Canadian university or
research site other than their own
doing research related to their thesis
or dissertation in the field of
Canadian Studies.
More information on ICCS website:
http://www.iccs-ciec.ca/graduatestudent-scholarships.php
All applications must be
submitted to PACS by October
24th.
The fellowships are aimed to enable
young Canadian and foreign
academics who have completed a
doctoral thesis on a topic primarily
related to Canada and are not
employed in a full-time, university
teaching position to visit a
Canadian or foreign university with
a Canadian Studies program for a
teaching or research fellowship.
More information on ICCS website:
http://www.iccs-ciec.ca/canadianstudies-postdoctoralfellowships.php
All applications must be
submitted to PACS by October
24th.
CONFERENCES / SEMINARS
Pierre Savard Awards
The Pierre Savard Awards are
designed to recognize and promote
each year outstanding scholarly
monographs on a Canadian topic.
The awards form part of a strategy
that is aimed at promoting,
especially throughout the Canadian
academic community, works that
have been written by members of
the Canadian Studies international
network. The awards are intended
to designate exceptional books,
which, being based on a Canadian
topic, contribute to a better
understanding of Canada. There are
two categories:
1) Book written in French or
English;
2) Book written in a language other
than French or English
More information on ICCS website:
http://www.iccs-ciec.ca/pierresavard-awards.php
All applications must be
submitted to PACS by October
24th.
Best
Doctoral
Thesis
Canadian Studies
in
This ICCS Award is designed to
recognize and promote each year an
outstanding PhD thesis on a
Canadian topic, written by a
member (or one of his/her
students) of a Canadian Studies
Association or Associate Member,
and which contributes to a better
understanding of Canada.
More information on ICCS website:
http://www.iccs-ciec.ca/bestdoctoral-thesis-canadianstudies.php
All applications must be
submitted to PACS by October
24th.
CANADIAN STUDIES CENTERS IN POLAND
TORUŃ
Canadian
Studies
Centre,
Nicolaus Copernicus University
Director: Prof. Anna BranachKallas
Address:
Centrum
Badań
Kanadyjskich Uniwersytet Mikołaja
Kopernika Toruń
Collegium Humanisticum C 3.30
ul. W. Bojarskiego 1, 87-100 Toruń
Tel.: +48 56 611 35 55
E-mail:
[email protected]
maius.uni.torun.pl
Website:
http://www.maius.umk.pl/ang/
?pid=8
The Canadian Resource Centre was
established at the Faculty of
Languages in 1999 as a joint venture
of Nicolaus Copernicus University in
Toruń and the Canadian Embassy in
Warsaw, with the generous support
of the International Council for
Canadian Studies in Ottawa. The
Centre performs a threefold task:
teaching, scholarly research, and
promotion of Canadian Studies
(hosts guest lectures and screenings
of documentary films on Canada
which are addressed not only to the
faculty and students of the English
Department
and
the
French
Department but also to the
community of Toruń and the region).
Thanks to generous grants from the
Nicolaus Copernicus University, the
Canadian Embassy, and the Polish
Association for Canadian Studies, the
Centre has been conducting research,
as well as organising book displays
and the annual Days of Francophone
Culture. The Centre library holdings,
approximately 3,500 volumes, are
available
at
the
Collegium
Humanisticum library.
WARSAW
Centre d'études en civilisation
canadienne-française
et
littérature québécoise, Institut
d’études romanes, Université
de Varsovie
CANADIAN STUDIES CENTERS IN POLAND
Director: Prof. Józef Kwaterko
Address: rue Dobra 55, 00-312
Varsovie
Tel.: +48 22 552 04 32
E-mail: [email protected] et
[email protected]
Depuis 1997, le Centre est dirigé par
le professeur Józef Kwaterko. A
partir de 1994, le Centre se consacre
à la recherche et à l'enseignement de
la littérature québécoise au niveau
de BA, MA et PhD. De 1994 à 2007,
y ont été élaborés et soutenus
environ 25 mémoires de maîtrise et
3 travaux de licence portant sur le
roman, le théâtre et la poésie du
Québec. Actuellement, 4 thèses de
doctorats et 4 mémoires de maîtrise
y sont en cours de rédaction.
Certains travaux de recherche
portent sur un aspect comparé
(littérature québécoise et francocaribéenne). Le Centre possède un
riche fonds documentaire pouvant
être consulté par étudiant(e)s et
chercheur(e)s intéressé(e)s: autour
de 2.000 textes et ouvrages de
référence, 15 revues universitaires et
périodiques d'actualité littéraire et
culturelle,
environ
20
films
documentaires et longs métrages. Le
Centre collabore régulièrement avec
des centres d'études québécoises et
canadiennes en Europe, au Canada,
aux États-Unis et au Brésil.
Le Centre a travaillé au ralenti,
étant donné le congé sabbatique
annuelle accordé en 2013-2014 à
son directeur.
KRAKÓW
Department
of
Canada,
Institute of American Studies
and
Polish
Diaspora,
Jagiellonian University
Director: Prof. Anna Reczyńska
Address: Rynek Główny 34, room 38
31-010 Kraków
Tel.: +48 12 429 61 57
E-mail: [email protected]
Website:
http://www.iaisp.uj.edu.pl/
zaklad-kanady
Chair of Canada is a part of the
Institute of American Studies and
Polish Diaspora. The head of
Canadian Studies Centre, Prof.
Anna Reczyńska, is one of the most
prominent experts in Canadian
history and diaspora studies in the
region. Today the Institute of
American Studies and Polish
Diaspora offers a wide variety of
regular and often inter-disciplinary
courses on Canadian topics. Among
many courses taught there one can
find: Introduction to Canada,
Canadian History, Society of
Canada, Quebec Issues, Canadian
Political System, Canadian Higher
Education System, Canadian Film,
and courses on Canadian Suffrage
Movement, Native Peoples and
literature, Contemporary Canadian
Political Issues. The institute
library has an extensive collection
POLISH ASSOCIATION FOR CANADIAN STUDIEM NEWSLETTER 2014
of Canadian books. Academics and
doctoral students do their research
in Canadian history, women’s
rights, multiculturalism, CanadianAmerican and Canadian-British
relations. The Institute of American
Studies and Polish Diaspora at
Jagiellonian University also serves
as a statutory office of the Polish
Association for Canadian Studies.
There are 4 academics (Prof. A.
Reczyńska, Dr. hab. M. KijewskaTrembecka, Dr. M. PaluszkiewiczMisiaczek, Dr. M. Gabryś) and 1
doctoral student doing research in
topics related to Canada.
Department offers regularly M.A.
seminars and elective seminars on
contemporary Canadian literature.
POZNAŃ
L’activité du Département de
Traduction et de Recherches sur le
Canada francophone s’inscrit dans
le courant multiculturel dominant
présentement dans l’enseignement
des langues étrangères; face à un
développement dynamique des
recherches portant sur les pays
francophones, notamment dans le
domaine de la traduction littéraire,
il est d’autant plus nécessaire
d’intégrer ladite recherche au sein
des projets plus globaux, d’où la
création de notre Centre. Ses
objectifs se concentrent avant tout
autour
de
l’élaboration
des
programmes d’enseignement en
traduction littéraire prenant en
considération la spécificité de la
traduction
minoritaire,
la
popularisation du savoir sur la
Center for Canadian Literature,
Adam Mickiewicz University
Contact person:
Prof. Agnieszka Rzepa
Address: al. Niepodległości 4
61-874 Poznań
Tel: +48 61 829 3520
E-mail: [email protected]
Website:
http://wa.amu.edu.pl/wa/
Center_for_Canadian_Literature
Canadian literature and culture
courses have been taught in the
Department of English of Adam
Mickiewicz University since the late
1980s, first by dr Jarosław Sokół
and since the mid-1990s by prof.
Agnieszka Rzepa. Currently, the
POZNAŃ
Département de Traduction et
de Recherches sur le Canada
francophone, Université Adam
Mickiewicz
Director:
Prof. Teresa Tomaszkiewicz
Address: al. Niepodległości 4
61-874 Poznań
Tel: +48 618 29 35 61
E-mail:
[email protected]
CANADIAN STUDIES CENTERS IN POLAND
civilisation et la culture du Canada
franco-phone, avec l’accent sur les
minorités
francophones
de
l’exiguïté, la coordination de la
recherche dans le domaine de la
traduction des textes littéraires
provenant des communautés francophones
du
Canada,
ainsi
qu’autour de la promotion d’une
approche traductologique novatrice, présentant la traduction des
littératures minoritaires en tant que
processus culturel et ethnique qui
prend en compte le discours
identitaire
dans
les
œuvres
littéraires.
SOSNOWIEC
Canadian
Studies
Centre,
Institute
of
British
and
American
Culture
and
Literature,
University
of
Silesia
Director: Dr. Eugenia Sojka
Address: Grota-Roweckiego 5, 41200 Sosnowiec
Tel: +48 32 364 08 92,
Website:
http://www.csc.us.edu.pl
E-mail: [email protected]
Canadian Studies Centre at the
University of Silesia, chaired by dr.
Eugenia Sojka, was founded in
2000. The Centre functions within
institutional structures of the
Institute of English Cultures and
Literatures. It is involved in the
promotion of Canadian Studies via
research,
cultural
activities,
conferences,
workshops
and
teaching of Canadian Studies
courses.
It hosts specialists in Canadian
Studies and Canadian writers,
critics and artists who give lectures,
readings and participate in cultural
events and conferences.
Research profile:
Indigenous and diasporic Canadian
fiction, poetry and life writing,
Indigenous,
diasporic
and
intercultural
drama/
theatre/
performance;
Transcultural,
diasporic,
postcolonial/
decolonial/
gender
theories
and
methodologies;
Canadian film and visual arts;
Verbal
and
visual
rhetoric
(interarts).
Two agreements of co-operation
with
Canadian
universities:
Vancouver Island University and
Wilfrid
Laurier
University,
Waterloo, ON., have been signed
and developed (e.g. a student
research trip to Vancouver Island
University – a project entitled:
"Transcultural dialogues between
Canada and Poland. Educating for
ethics of diversity" was completed
in 2010). An earlier co-operation
agreement of the University of
Silesia with the University of
Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, has
been still active.
The Institure library boast a
growing collection of Canadiana
POLISH ASSOCIATION FOR CANADIAN STUDIEM NEWSLETTER 2014
thanks to grants from the Canadian
Embassy and donations from
various
Canadian
publishing
houses.
Canadian Studies Student Circle
affiliated with the Centre was
founded in 2009. Regular meetings
of students are devoted to selected
Canadian topics.
Chaire d’études canadiennes à
l’Institut
des
Langues
Romanes et de Traduction,
Université de Silésie Director:
Prof. Krzysztof Jarosz
Adress: Grota-Roweckiego 5,
41-200 Sosnowiec
bureau 1.6
Tel: +48 32 3640 899
E-mail: [email protected]
En 2003, la Chaire d’études
canadiennes a été mise sur pied à
l’Institut des Langues Romanes et
de Traduction de Université de
Silésie par le Professeur Krzysztof
Jarosz. Elle dédie ses activités en
enseignement
supérieur,
en
recherche, en publication et en
animation
à
son
aire
de
prédilection,
la
littérature
canadienne postmoderne.
À présent, onze chercheurs et
chercheuses
francophones
et
anglophones y travaillent. Une
monographie portant sur l’œuvre
de Robert Lalonde et une
anthologie
de
nouvelles
québécoises contemporaines ont
été publiés. Un doctorat sur le
roman historique postmoderne et
postcolonial au Québec a été
soutenu. Une thèse d’habilitation
sur la traduction en polonais de la
littérature québécoise et trois
thèses de doctorats y sont en cours
de rédaction.
Aujourd’hui, la Chaire a un objectif
plus ambitieux qui est de
développer
des
recherches
interdisciplinaires en littérature et
culture canadiennes. Les travaux
menés par les chercheurs touchent
les questions plus vitales de la
littérature
canadienne
des
dernières décennies.
Deux colloques internationaux,
« La réécriture dans la littérature
québécoise » et « De la fondation
de Québec au Canada d’aujourd’hui
(1608-2008) :
Rétrospectives,
parcours et défis » se sont tenus en
2006 et en 2008 à l’initiative du
professeur Jarosz. Deux volumes
portant sur les mêmes thèmes ont
été publiés en 2007 et en 2009. La
Chaire a également contribué à
l’organisation du 5e Congrès de
l’Association polonaise d’études
québécoises en octobre 2010 dont
le fruit est le collectif sur le
multiculturalisme critique paru
récemment sous la direction de
Ewelina Bujnowska, Marcin Gabryś
et Tomasz Sikora. De nombreux
chercheurs et chercheuses des
universités d’Europe et du Canada
s’y sont retrouvés.
Chaque année, des étudiants de
français peuvent participer aux
CANADIAN STUDIES CENTERS IN POLAND
cours de littérature canadienne
d’expression française, de langue
française au Canada et de
civilisation du Québec sur un fond
d’histoire et de civilisation du
Canada. Des mémoires de licence et
de maîtrise, notamment sur la
traduction
de
la
littérature
québécoise
sont
élaborés
annuellement.
Depuis
2005,
les
journées
québécoises sont organisées et
permettent à un grand nombre
d’étudiants de se familiariser avec
divers aspects de la culture du
Québec.
/ Canada – History, Politics,
Society
(Dr.
M.
MarczukKarbownik).
LUBLIN
Canadian Studies Department,
Department of English Studies,
Maria
Curie-Skłodowska
University
Chair: Prof. Joanna Durczak
Address: Pl. Skłodowskiej 5,
20-031 Lublin
Tel.: + 48 81 5375 389
E-mail: [email protected]
Website:
http://amerykanistyka.umcs.eu
ŁÓDŹ
Canadian Studies Resource
Center,
Department
of
American Studies and Mass
Media, Faculty of International
and Political Studies, University
of Łódź
Chair: Dr. Magdalena MarczukKarbownik
Address: ul. Lindleya 5A, 90-131
Łódź
Tel: +48 42 635 42 50, 635 42 54
E-mail: [email protected]
Courses on Canada that were
taught at the Department: Dr.
Magdalena
Marczuk-Karbownik,
Kanada-Stany
Zjednoczone
–
stosunki bilateralne / Canada –
USA – Bilateral Relations; Kanada
– historia, polityka, społeczeństwo
Formerly Canadian Studies Center;
since 2012 – Canadian Studies
Department, part of the Department
of English Studies at Maria CurieSkłodowska University.
Offers each year one-semester
courses in “Canadian literature”
(undergraduate
level)
and
“Introduction to Canadian culture”
(graduate level). In 2013 launched an
MA program in Canadian literature
(the first one ever at Maria CurieSkłodowska University); first batch
of students graduated May 2014.
Main research area: Canadian
environmental
literature
and
ecocriticism.
4 doctoral students:
 Mirella Czerwiec
 Magdalena Gnieciak
POLISH ASSOCIATION FOR CANADIAN STUDIEM NEWSLETTER 2014
 Magdalena Ładuniuk
 Marta Wójcik
SZCZECIN
Szczecin Canadian Studies
Group, English Department,
Faculty of Philology Szczecin
University
Address: al. Piastów 40B, 71-065
Szczecin
E-mail: [email protected]
Website:
http://www.us.szc.pl/main.php/ca
nadian?xml=load_page&st=21979
Szczecin Canadian Studies Group
(SCSG) was created on November
29, 2011 at the English Department,
University of Szczecin. SCSG
initiators
are
staff
of
the
Department: Prof. Hartmut Lutz,
Dr. Uwe Zagratzki and Dr.
Weronika Suchacka. The main
objective of the SCSG is to create a
vibrant center of Canadian Studies
in
the
English
Department,
University of Szczecin.
CONTACT INFORMATION
Polskie Towarzystwo Badań Kanadyjskich
Instytut Amerykanistyki i Studiów Polonijnych
Uniwersytet Jagielloński
Rynek Główny 34
31-010 Kraków
Polska
Tel.: +48 12 432 50 60
Email: [email protected]
Website: http://www.ptbk.org.pl

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